Joanne Epps Obituary: Temple University Grieves the Passing of First Black Woman President!

US-born professor and lawyer JoAnne Adrienne Epps is well-regarded. She was executive vice president and provost at Temple University before becoming its thirteenth president. Her appointment as university president was the first of African descent. On this website, her obituary will be available.

Joanne Epps Obituary

JoAnne Epps will be laid to rest by Temple University on Friday during a ceremony at the Liacouras Center on North Broad Street. Epps, a stalwart figure at the university for many years, passed away unexpectedly on Tuesday 19 September, after falling unwell during the funeral for historian Charles Blockson.

The university community was devastated by her passing, and the Board of Trustees convened this week to address its leadership going forward. Here you can see the related post:

During the time when the university was looking for a permanent hire, Epps was serving as interim president. She postponed retiring and took over the position after Jason Wingard left.

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She held the positions of executive vice president, provost, and former dean of the Beasley School of Law from 2016 until 2021. The university announced on X that there will be two viewings. The first is from 17:00 to 21:00 on September 28. A second showing will take place on Friday, September 29 from 8 to 10 am.

Joanne Epps Obituary

After the second viewing on Friday, there will be a final memorial service. There will be free parking available in the 15th Street lot and the Liacouras Center Garage.

Emails to [email protected] can be used to ask questions and make requests for ADA and other special accommodations. In memory of Epps, black drapes were strung up all around campus.

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